Inside the Lab with Scientific Angler's Tim Pommer

Tim Pommer is the chief product developer and head lab rat at Scientific Anglers. He's also a musky expert and the guy who did most of the quality control testing on SA's popular Sharkskin fly line. Ever wondered just how "scientific" the fly fishing companies really are? Tune in to find out.

Havana good time – fly fishing Cuba

I just got back from my first long-awaited trip to Cuba to sample the flats fishing in the Jardines de la Reina region, leading a group of UK anglers in conjunction with the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT).

SPECIAL OFFER – Where to Fish 2011

Save 50% on the 2011 edition of the popular Where to Fish hardback book. Limited number of copies available.

SPECIAL OFFER – Flextec 3 Fly Line Deal

Floating, Intermediate and Sinking fly lines, 3 spools of Sumo backing and 3 Airflo braided loops, brought to you online retailer Tackle Discounts.

SPECIAL OFFER – Chalkstream fishing on the Test

Fish the Test with Orvis. We have have some late availability rates on top beats for Fish&Fly members.

River Eden – Wild Trout Weekender

This inaugural event planned for June 18th/19th 2011 see's the Wild Trout Trust and Eden Rivers Trust joining forces to promote wild trout fishing and introducing it to more fly anglers.

Iceland's River Sela launches new website

A new website has been launched to showcase the world-famous salmon fishing available on the Rivers Sela and Hofsa in Iceland

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 35: The New Frontier

Fly Fishing guide, instructor and author Jeremy Lucas notes the continued rise in interest in fishing for grayling this winter and adds his own...
Fly fisherman Lawrence Greasley contemplates the island water at Zaluz on the San River in Poland.

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 36: An Invitation!

This is your chance to join author, qualified fly fishing instructor and guide Jeremy Lucas on his beloved San River in Poland this year...
Trio, duo or dry fly - all 3 methods are viable in winter says Jeremy Lucas

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 34

A Winter Approach On a trout and grayling river, from November through to the rawness of late winter, you never quite know what to expect. I...